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FOX Business
Nov 27, 2012 11:00am EST
the aftermath of hurricane sandy which struck julie a month ago. the latest estimates show sandy caused over $70 billion. the storm stands second behind hurricane katrina. if you hate parting with your iphone while parting, general it will be the first carmaker to integrate with the siri mode. allowing drivers to continue chatting with siri while keeping both hands on the wheel. the spark and sonic will be the first two models. they will roll off assembly lines early next year. buy those tickets, people, buy those tickets. if you do not play, you cannot win. it stands at a record $425 billion. the biggest pot on record is 365 again won by eight nebraska coworkers want in 2006. your odds are about one in 175 million. are you going to give it a shot? connell: no. dagen: scratch tickets in the stocking along with a new pistol, i hope. connell: with that, we go to medical fact -- nicole petallides. nicole: we talk about holidays, retail, cyber monday. citigroup has a very intense survey looking at all of the retailers and what they provide on cyber monday. the websites, well, the five winners, the t
PBS
Nov 26, 2012 4:30pm PST
at columbia university. >> susie: new damage estimates today on super storm sandy. the insurance industry will be on the hook for as much as $22 billion, according to numbers compiled by disaster-modeling firm air worldwide. the total is three billion less than the original tally, issued just after hurricane sandy made landfall in late october. >> tom: it was back to work for wall street, with the major stock indices ending mixed. the selling was stronger earlier in the day, with the s&p 500 hitting its lowest level of the session before noon eastern time. the losses were reduced in afternoon trade with the index finishing down just 0.2%. trading volume remains modest. 630 million shares on the big board. a tad over 1.6 billion on the nasdaq. the selling pressure showed up in the telecommunication sector, falling 1%. the energy and consumer staples sectors also fell. with so much focus on consumers and spending over the weekend, grocery stocks led the consumer sector lower today. super markets safeway and whole foods were down 3.2% and 3.1% respectively. kraft foods fell 2.1%. kraft trade
CNBC
Nov 27, 2012 1:00pm EST
, consume could be in for a rude awakening. third quarter gdp on thursday. a little bit of sandy and a little bit of fiscal cliff in this 1.2 to 2.2, those are the forecasts i have seen so far. >> do you think perhaps the consumer is not reflecting the fiscal cliff issues because the last time, we keep going up to the edge of the cliff and then things get -- things get resolved? >> it's a good question. it strikes n s me that looking at the debt ceiling debate i think consequences were equally stark but more easily understood, people anticipated that and more bad stuff in the economy. the consumer confidence numbers showed that job prospects looked good, home buying intentions look good, a buoyancy to the consume they're wasn't there. >> wasn't there. >> face the debt ceiling. yeah. >> thank you, steve. >> sure. >> as always. if you want more on this special coverage that we have, the crisis is in a special section of our website, riseabove.cnbc.com, check it out. it has some terrific information, ty. >>> breaking news now from the bond market. two-year notes up for auction. you
CNBC
Nov 27, 2012 9:00am EST
, simon, i think right now things are changing and we remain to see the effects of sandy on the data. >> let me return to this subject of why the consumer remains so strong. do you think the average american is aware of what the fiscal cliff is when you look at the numbers that watch television news or read newspapers and the degree to which they may not have spoken about that subject during the election campaign and most people thought by taxing rich we would solve problems we have in america and people have no idea that general low income americans have no idea i would suggest that the fiscal cliff is on its way. no wonder they are out there spending money. no wonder. >> i wouldn't make a distinction between what low income americans or high income americans know less than anyone around the scale. on the other hand, simon, it may be that people think they'll solve this problem and it's not going to affect them given the pledge by the president not to allow the tax increases and spending cuts to hit people $250,000 and below. that's a distinct possibility. i would also point out, si
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